More: Sydney Leathers in talks with Hirsch to create porn flick based on e-fling with Anthony Weiner

from www.nydailynews.com – Anthony Weiner’s former sexting partner Sydney Leathers is negotiating to appear in a porn flick based on their e-fling.

Leathers and Steven Hirsch, co-chairman of Vivid Entertainment, a Los Angeles adult-film company, met Monday and they could strike a deal “in the next few days,” a company source told the Daily News.

“He offered Sydney an opportunity to make a parody movie enacting the sexting events as they happened,” the source said.

A spokeswoman for Weiner had no comment on the revelation that Leathers might xxx-tend her 15 minutes of fame, which came as the defiant candidate again sought to move beyond the scandal, posting a video on his campaign website Tuesday evening, vowing to forge on.

“Quit isn’t the way we roll in New York City,” he says in the 60-second video, a framed wedding photograph just over his right shoulder. “We fight through tough things.”

And in a campaign appearance Tuesday, Weiner tried to smooth over any ruffled feathers with Bill and Hillary Clinton, saying he did “not intend to disrespect” them with some blunt comments he made Monday night.

Leathers’ disclosure that she might bare all for Vivid Video — creating a new headache for Weiner — came during an appearance Tuesday on “The Howard Stern Show.”

“Would you be opposed to having sex on camera?” the radio jock asked.

“You know, we’ll see what happens,” said Leathers, a heavily tattooed 23-year-old from small-town Indiana.

In the salty sit-down, Leathers repeatedly — and raunchily — knocked Weiner and his quest for the city’s top job.

“I mean, as funny as it would be to have a Mayor Carlos Danger, I think he’s a little too busy j—ing off to do anything for the city,” she told Stern.

“How are you going to be mayor of New York City if you’re c–ing five times a day?” she asked rhetorically.

She claimed Weiner was the first to say “I love you” in their liaison, which began in July 2012 — more than a year after he left Congress for sexting six women he met online and lying about it.

“Maybe I thought I was in love with him, in reality I wasn’t. It was just infatuation,” she said of their relationship, which included phone sex, steamy photos and X-rated messages.

Weiner, she claimed, was a demanding online partner.

“He’d get really mad at me and just be kind of a jerk when I didn’t answer my phone every single time he called,” Leathers said. “He was like a teenage boy. He was just this needy little b—h.”

She said she was stunned the first time that Weiner sent her a picture of his naked crotch.

“I think I was, like, flattered that he trusted me enough to send that in the moment — and also just completely baffled that someone so book-smart could be so stupid in life,” she said with a laugh.

“He loved the fact that, you know, I knew all of his epic rants on the House floor. You know, he loved the fact that I knew so much about, you know, his politics,” she said.

“So … you were the perfect phone sex woman for him because you could say, ‘Oh, remember when you got up on the floor and you … ranted against pesticides?’” Stern asked.

“Exactly,” Leathers replied.

Leathers said Weiner did not bring up his long-suffering wife, Huma Abedin, because “that would ruin the phone sex.

Weiner has said his sexting relapse is behind him, and Abedin stood by him during a press conference last week. “I love him, I have forgiven him, I believe in him,” she said.

As Leathers weighed whether to appear in a porn video, Weiner rolled out the campaign video in which he faced the camera alone.

“If someone wants to come out with something embarrassing about you in your private life, you gotta talk about that for a little while,” he says.

“You know, sometimes people say to me, ‘This campaign is pretty rough. You may want to quit.’” he said.

“They don’t know New York. They certainly don’t know me.”

Earlier Tuesday, Weiner seemed to address a different constituency — the Clintons — after his comments Monday night that appeared to be dismissive of them.

Those comments came when he was asked if the Clintons could persuade him to leave the race, and he replied that he wasn’t “terribly interested in what people who are not voters in the city of New York have to say.”

Those remarks raised eyebrows not only because the Clintons are revered by Democrats, but also because Weiner’s wife is a longtime aide to Hillary Clinton.

Abedin will take a vacation from her work with Hillary next month to support her family during her husband’s campaign, a source close to Weiner said Tuesday, a development first reported by Politico.

She has been planning the break for some time and it is not a leave of absence, the source said.

On Tuesday, Weiner was contrite about the Clintons, saying, “There was no intent to disrespect” and that he had “enormous respect” for the couple.

“They’ve been enormous friends to my wife and my family,” said Weiner at a Bronx small business forum for the mayoral candidates.

“But what I’ve been trying to make clear is that what is important to me in this race is the ideas that animated me to run.”

He appeared to be on edge during the forum, rubbing his eyes and repeatedly fiddling with his BlackBerry. It seemed like he just couldn’t stay off his phone.

Weiner recently admitted he wasn’t sleeping well, and he looked like he needed a nap at the forum.

Weiner could find some solace in comments by Timothy Cardinal Dolan — who said he’s been watching the mayor’s race closely — and sounded a note of compassion toward the serial sexter.

“I don’t want to judge anybody,” Dolan said on CBS’ “This Morning.” “I think redemption is always possible, and always God’s preference.”

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